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    Nice one Al, like your shot of the lift controls and the corridor in the nurses block! Also good that you captured the date that the mirror was installed. Shame all the heads of the nails where the floorboards would have been were sticking up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr_bones View Post
    Shame all the heads of the nails where the floorboards would have been were sticking up!
    Hmmm, I think it will be unpleasant next time I come accross water in my boots
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    Thanks for popping-up your snaps KA -the old enamel lamp shade is well retro man!
    Lb :jimlad:

    Think we're gonna need a bigger boat

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    That staircase is amazing. Great work guys.

    It's all over.

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    great report only live down the road love how you put old images in

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    That's a cracking set of pictures you got there Mr. Bones! I hope you won't object to my adding a few of my own from when I was there with tripleoptics back in Feb.
    Quote Originally Posted by mr_bones View Post
    Shame all the heads of the nails where the floorboards would have been were sticking up!

    D'you know, I was rather taken with all those nails, especially the way they cast shadows across the floor. Got a great sense of malevolence from them, woe betide anybody stumbling around there in the dark! My picture doesn't really capture it enough, but you get the idea.

    I'm a sucker for silliness with off-camera flash and coloured gels.

    We decided to call it a day when we saw very fresh footprints of what I took to be One Man and His Dog coming down the main stairs of the manor house - and I so wanted to see that place too! In the words of tripleoptics: Quit while you're ahead.
    Thanks all,
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